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Scott A. Newling

Villa Park, Illinois


February 23, 2020
Villa Park, Illinois


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Steuerle Funeral Home - Villa Park Obituary

Scott A. Newling  55, of Villa Park, IL Beloved husband of Lisa Nee Moll. Loving father of Alexis (Tomasz “Tony”) Antosz. Cherished son of Earl and Susan Newling. Fond brother of Todd (Kim) Newling, Jamie (Amy) Newling, Rebecca (Geoffrey) Paul. Uncle of many.  Scott was a lifelong Villa Park resident, at the age of 13 he received a kidney transplant at Children’s Memorial now Lurie Children’s Hospital.   He worked as a local Allstate agent for over 25 years.  He loved working out, traveling, gardening, mowing and putzing around the house.  He was an avid Bears and Cubs fan.  He especially enjoyed family get togethers and holiday gatherings He lived life in the moment with optimism and a twinkle in his eye. 

Memorial visitation of Saturday Feb 29, 2020 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. with a 4:00 p.m. memorial service at Steuerle Funeral Home 350 S. Ardmore Ave, Villa Park, IL Interment private. In lieu of flowers memorials to Ann & Robert H. Lurie Chicago Hospital  for info 630-832-4161


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I'm very late to the knowledge of Scott's passing. ( I just now noticed my bill had only Amy's name on it, and I wondered about Scott. ) He and Amy, have been mine and other ( also now passed away ) family members agent for many years. He and Amy were always there when they were needed. I didn't know him personally, but he seemed like a good guy. The world needs more people like he seemed to be.

Rest in peace Scott.

We were customers of Scott and while we only worked with him a few times, he was there when we needed him and a smart and kind man. I used to feel comforted driving by seeing him working in his office, knowing he was our agent. Our deepest sympathies to his family and friends.

So sad for Scott's passing. Our prayers are with the family and we know he is with our God. Uncle John and Carol

Lisa, I am so sorry for your family's loss. My sympathy and prayers are with you.

Scott was a pillar of the VP community. He beat me in tennis every time we played. I wish I could play him again, even though he would probably win. I was lucky to know him. He will deeply be missed by many.

So Sorry to hear. I knew Scott since he was a young boy. Scott was a very kind person and always made my day better when I spoke with him. All my deepest heartfelt thoughts and condolences to the family

I was so sad to hear of Scott's passing. My prayers to his family. May God be with you.

I am so sorry for your loss!

My thoughts and prayers are with you!

What a good guy Scott was. I met with him at Allstate training back in 2006 and stayed in touch over the years. Always a good, fun conversation with plenty of laughs. He'll be very missed. - Greg S.